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  RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

The SBB Fellowship is a U.S. military program that trains Army, Navy, Air Force and some international medical technologists to become specialists in blood banking. The program prepares officers to apply universal blood banking skills in a variety of settings, providing graduates the skills required to excel in all areas of blood bank operations. At the end of their curriculum, students conduct research studies and write manuscripts to document their findings. Manuscripts for each class can be found under the graduating year.

For copies of these manuscripts, please call the Armed Services Blood Program at 703-681-8024 or email Lt Col Jerome Vinluan at Jerome.L.Vinluan.mil@mail.mil.

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  • Do Cohorts of Individuals with Different ABO and Rh Blood Antigens Have Differences in Influenza Hemagglutination Inhibition Titer?

  • The Structural Differences between Platelet-Derived Exosomes - One Hour Versus Six Days After Collection

  • Protein Quality of Fresh Frozen Plasma Derived from Mirasol Treated Whole Blood

  • Platelet Antigen Expression on Lyophilized Platelets Stabilized with Trehalose: Does the Process of Lyophilization Affect Immunogenic Platelet Antigens?

  • The Role of Fresh and Expired Platelet Derived Exosomes in Mesenchymal Cell Proliferation